Indian History – Indian freedom struggle Practice Test-1 by studybizz

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Indian History – Indian freedom struggle Practice Test-1 by studybizz

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1. Who was the founder of the Indian National Congress?

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2. The partition of Bengal was annulled by which Viceroy of India?

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3. Who among the following leaders proposed the idea of “Poorna Swaraj” or complete independence?

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4. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place in which city?

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5. The Simon Commission, appointed by the British government, was boycotted by the Indian leaders because:

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6. The Quit India Movement was launched in which year?

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7. Who was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress?

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8. The slogan “Inquilab Zindabad” was popularized by which freedom fighter?

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9. The Rowlatt Act was passed in which year?

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10. The Non-Cooperation Movement was suspended by Mahatma Gandhi after the incident of:

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11. Who was the President of the Indian National Congress when India attained independence?

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12. The Indian National Army (INA) was formed by:

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13. The Lahore session of the Indian National Congress in 1929 is famous for the:

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14. Who among the following leaders is known as the “Iron Man of India”?

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15. The August Offer of 1940 was made by the British government during the viceroyalty of:

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16. The Indian National Army (INA) trials took place at:

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17. Who was the first Governor-General of independent India?

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18. The “Dandi March” was undertaken by Mahatma Gandhi to protest against the:

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19. The Swadeshi movement was launched after the:

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20. The Indian National Congress split into two factions, known as the “Moderates” and “Extremists,” during the presidency of:

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